created by Glenn Tamashiro

Hello and welcome. This site was developed to keep you informed about the various lessons and activities that are held in our Government/Economics and Honors Government/AP Macroeconomics classes.

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Semester Grades


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Econ: Semester Exam


Zits - finals
Semester Exams
Periods 6 and 7
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Semester Exam


Semester Exam Scream

 

 

Semester Exam
Period 5
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Econ: Semester Exam


 

 

Semester Exams
Periods 3 and 4
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Econ and HGov Semester Exam


 

 

Semester Exams
Periods 1 and 2
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HGov APMacro: Practice Graphing Changes in Equilibrium


Learning Target: Explain how competition among sellers leads to lower prices and impacts production and how competition among buyers increases prices and allocates goods and services only to those who can afford them.

A market moves to a new equilibrium when there is a shift in either supply (STORES) or demand (TOESIS) which changes the equilibrium price and quantity.

Demand Shifts

 

A change in quantity demanded is a movement along the demand curve and can be caused only by a change in the price of the good or service. A change in demand is a shift in the curve whereby more or less is demanded at every price. Changes in preferences incomes, expectations, population, or the prices of complementary or substitute goods will cause a change in demand.

Demand increases = price increases and quantity increases
Demand decreases = price decreases and quantity decreases
 

 

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Supply Shifts

 

A change in quantity supplied is a movement along the supply curve and can be caused only by a change in the price of the good or service. A change in supply is a shift of the curve whereby more or less is supplied at every price. A change in government action, technology, in production costs, expectations, or in the number of sellers (firms) will cause a change in supply.

Supply increases = price decreases and quantity increases
Supply decreases = price increases and quantity decreases

 

 

Econ: Semester Review


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Econ semester review